[TxMt] Project File benefits (was "Anyone interested in...")

Eric Coleman eric at aplosmedia.com
Mon May 8 20:36:55 UTC 2006

Here's the widget.  It's my first time, and im certinly no designer  
so if someone wants to make it look pretty, please do ;)

I basically grabbed the Scroller example and hacked it a bit.   
Warning, I suck at life so it might not be all that nice ;) but it  


Eric Coleman

On May 8, 2006, at 1:38 PM, thomas Aylott wrote:

> On May 8, 2006, at 11:03 AM, Jonathan Barrett wrote:
>> Cool - I guess the usefulness for me is limited as:
>> (a) All my projects are version controlled web apps
>> (b) they all live in ~/Work/$appname/trunk
>> (c) They're all rails or rails-y in directory structure
>> (d) I tend use subversion to manage the state of my projects, so  
>> don't need tabs to stay open
>> (e) I worry about leaving ._DS_Store files everywhere, so tend to  
>> stay out of the Finder
>> None of this means "project files are crap", of course, but any  
>> time I see a feature I'm not using, I get excited that maybe it  
>> could be useful :)
>> Anyone using project files in a similar environment?
> I'm working on a couple of Rails apps.
> I have two project files for each project
> A front end project file
> and a main project file
> I keep all the configuration stuff and other random stuff out of  
> the front end project file.
> That way I get
> 	blazing fast project wide search
> 	faster TODO bundle stuff
> 	easier management of the subversion stuff
> I have a few configuration files and testing files and other random  
> stuff that is unique to each developers machine and environment.  
> Including a bunch of testing files and stuff.
> Keeping all that stuff out of the front end project file keeps my  
> svn status log nice and clean and my tree is segregated to only the  
> stuff i'm working on.
> thomas Aylott—subtleGradient—oblivious at subtleGradient.com
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